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Oct 3, 2012 12:00pm EDT
the 800 pound gorilla, which is united healthcare. and the reason i think that way is that in the dna of this company is a commitment to lowering costs and improving outcomes. and if you were to ask me what are the two issues that have to be most addressed for the next many years, it's throttling back the rate of health care inflation and yet not forsaking good quality patient outcomes. that's really the corporate mission of united healthcare and i don't see how they aren't a player at the table with that being the backdrop over the next many years. >> chris jenner, thanks as always. appreciate it very much. >> thank you. >>> brian kelly, what's your health care trade today? >> i think in this area, you want to look at some of the new technologies out there and that means biotech. i would even go to some of the biotech etfs. if you're looking at pcrx, unless you're a doctor or you play one on tv, it's hard to kind of analyze these. so just go with the xbi or ibb are the two biotech etfs. >>> coming up, we're following today's slick move in the oil market and your best trades. plus
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